Just a few weeks ago signs appeared in a Montague Street shop window touting a new Housing Works store coming soon.
The hunt for a new space has begun for the Brooklyn Women's Exchange after learning they will not be able to stay in their home of 40 years on Pierrepont Street.
More than two years after it closed, Housing Works is finally returning to Montague Street.
A year after closing its longtime Brooklyn Heights location, Housing Works has opened up a new thrift shop in the borough.
Shoppers for kitchen wares will once again have a speciality resource on Atlantic Avenue when the new store opens this spring.
It looks like Dumbo will be getting another grocery store, thanks to Two Trees.
Owned by a Swiss distributor, Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery opened its first Brooklyn store at One Brooklyn Bridge Park in October.
Equipment was being moved out last week, according to a reader.
Breaking news: A laundromat might be coming to the old Layla space on Hoyt Street.
It will occupy the streetfront in a former furniture factory on Johnson Avenue, which Bushwack Capital is making over into into a multipurpose venue with offices and the nightclub.